Without Notifying Parents, Loudoun High School Asked Students If They Are Transgender And How Much They Have Sex

Without Notifying Parents, Loudoun High School Asked Students If They Are Transgender And How Much They Have Sex


Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville, Va., failed to notify parents of their ability to opt their children out of an invasive survey before giving the survey to at least 180 students, asking students as young as 12 about their sexual activity, drug use, and sex “identities.”

The survey, which is billed as being “about health behavior,” asks students as young as 12 years old personal questions like “Some people describe themselves as transgender when their sex at birth does not match the way they think or feel about their gender. Are you transgender?”

Students are then given the options to answer “No,” “Yes,” “I am not sure if I am transgender,” or to say they don’t know what the question is asking.

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